Robyn Cage

Robyn Cage

How Utah actor Robyn Kemp became songstress Robyn Cage
Usually, people move to New York City to chase their dreams—but not Robyn Cage. The native Utahn was living the dream as an actress in New York to move to Park City, Utah, to become a singer.

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Live: Music Picks July 30-Aug. 5

PRhyme, Chicano Batman, Grace Potter, Soul Asylum and more
"You Should Know," by the hip-hop duo PRhyme (Royce da 5'9", DJ Premier) featuring DJ/producer Adrian Younge and singer Dwele, takes aim at crappy, mainstream bling rappers.

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Provo Music Primer Pt. 2

(Still) examining the Utah Valley scene
I may be going about this all backward. In Part 1 of this series, I argued the Provo music scene has legitimate cultural and sociological importance—or at least intrigue—and that's why Salt Lake City audiences should care about it.

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Whiskey Street

323 S. Main, Salt Lake City
Whiskey Street 323 S. Main, Salt Lake City 801-433-1371 Facebook.com/WhiskeyStreet

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Live: Music Picks July 23-29

Father John Misty, Torche, Kyle Gass, Motley Crue, Monophonics and more
He may not enter Pioneer Park via hot-air balloon (as he did at Hall's Island in Minneapolis), but Father John Misty—former drummer of Fleet Foxes, aka Joshua Tillman, J. Tillman, Farmer Jah Misery, or just FJM, for brevity—still puts on quite a show.

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Dick N' Dixie's

479 E. 300 South, Salt Lake City
Dick N' Dixie's (Real Salt Lake game night) 479 E. 300 South 801-521-3556 Facebook.com/Dick-N-Dixies

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Provo Music Primer

What everybody should know about Provo's musical ecosystem
When I began working on this piece, I started by writing a list of questions. My task was to give readers a primer on Provo's music scene, and I scrawled various questions that readers might want answered.

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Best of Utah Music 2015

Best of Utah Music (previously known as the City Weekly Music Awards) isn’t about City Weekly. It’s not about giving our best friend’s crappy tambourine band a free night onstage. It’s not about increasing the cool factor of any of our writers, and it’s (definitely) not about padding our pockets. They’re about you, the local musicians and music fans who work every day to make this city and its music scene better.

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